1985/93
Written by Jon Racherbaumer
Work of Don England
85 pages (Hardcover), published by Kaufman and Greenberg
Illustrated with drawings by Richard Kaufman
Language: English
(30 entries)
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Creators Title Comments & References Page Categories
Richard Kaufman Introduction to the Second Edition
2
Richard Kaufman Introduction
4
Jon Racherbaumer Preface
5
Don England Geiger Counter Card forcing Joker-Gaff à la Sellers for two cards
Related to 9
Don England Losers Weepers using Step Gaff for clean handling
13
Don England Red-Hot Hofzinser two Phases, first card changes with Hofzinser transparent Gaff
17
Unknown Dribble Force brief
18
Don England Peek-a-Boo Color Changing Deck visual color change of the back
21
Don England Technicolor Inversion Color Changing Deck Kicker
25
Don England, Richard Kaufman Peek-a-Boo Inversion Color Changing Deck Kicker
26
Don England Long and Lean Card is streched
29
Don England In the Bag! Visual Change of Card in transparent Bag
33
Don England, Jon Racherbaumer The Multiple Eidetic Change gaffed
37
Larry Jennings Ten-Cent Quickie gaffed, three coins travel
41
Jon Racherbaumer, Richard Kaufman Plastic Lady I Card is streched sideways
Related to 43
Don England Plastic Lady II Card is streched both ways
Variations 49
Don England About Face Zig-Zag I in full view
53
Jon Racherbaumer About Face Zig-Zag II in full view
57
Don England Telescopic Alice Card visibly shrinks and returns to original size
60
Don England The Trick Deck All backs, one side blank, normal, with changing case kicker
63
Don England Casperian Case
67
Jon Racherbaumer Holy Point of Arrivel I visual
70
Don England, Richard Kaufman Holy Point of Arrivel II visual
73
Edward Marlo BoxCard GAFF differents gaffed Cards to be used with a box
77
Edward Marlo Color-Changing Case
78
Edward Marlo Color Changing Case and Deck
80
Edward Marlo Clinically-clean Card from Case using BoxCard Gaff, three methods
81
Edward Marlo BoxCard Tent Vanish performed on the Card Case
81
Edward Marlo Cut Prediction using BoxCard Gaff
83
Jon Racherbaumer A Case for Crossing Cards using Case and BoxCard Gaff
84
Data entered by Denis Behr.